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Knowledge Translation in Nursing. Edition No. 1

  • ID: 5201833
  • Book
  • February 2021
  • 352 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Knowledge Translation in Nursing and Healthcare provides authoritative guidance on the implementation of evidence-informed practice, covering issue identification and clarification, solution building and implementation, evaluation, and sustainment. Integrating theory, empirical research, and experiential knowledge, this hands-on resource assists nurses and healthcare practitioners in collecting quality evidence, transforming it into a useable, customized recommendation, and then applying best practice in various point-of-care settings.  

Written by highly experienced researchers and practitioners, the book demonstrates how the synthesis and translation of evidence supports improvement of existing care and service delivery models, and produces increased benefit for both patients and health services. Examples drawn from the authors’ first-hand experience - such as pressure injury prevention in acute care, transition of care for people with heart failure, and community leg ulcer care - illustrate the use of best practice in addressing care and quality issues. This important reference and guide:  

  • Outlines a planning framework that activates research and evidence in practice settings, moving knowledge into action and sustaining the use of best practice 
  • Introduces the framework that enables effective evidence-informed methodology and decision-making  
  • Features numerous illustrative field examples of both successful and unsuccessful implementations in a variety of practical situations  
  • Offers perspectives on best practice implementation from experienced practitioners and researchers  

Knowledge Translation in Nursing and Healthcare is a must-have for those wanting to implement, evaluate, and sustain best practice in the delivery of evidence-informed healthcare to patients, families, and communities. 

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Forward

Glossary WB to advise if needed

Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 2: Perspective from the Field

Chapter 3: Guiding Theories, Models and Frameworks

Chapter 4: A Roadmap for Implementing Best Practices + ppendix

Phase 1: Issue Identification and clarification

Chapter 5: Call to Action

Chapter 6: Find the Best Practice Evidence

Chapter 7:  Assemble Evidence on Context and Current Practices

Phase 2 Build Solutions

Chapter 8: Customize Best Practices to the Local Context + appendix

Chapter 9: Discover Barriers and Drivers to Best Practice Implementation + appendix

Chapter 10: Implementation Strategies- What do we know works? + appendix

Chapter 11: Tailor Implementation Strategies + appendix

Chapter 12: Field Test, Plan Evaluation and Prepare to Launch + appendix

Phase 3 Implement, Evaluate and Sustain

Chapter 13: Launch and Evaluate

Chapter 14: Sustain the Gains + appendix

Chapter 15: Reflections

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Margaret Harrison
Ian D. Graham University of Ottawa, Canada.
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